Lewis and Hickey complete university building
The faculty sits on the University of Nottingham Jubilee campus
Lewis and Hickey Architects has completed a new £4 million academic faculty for Chinese studies at The University of Nottingham.
The School of Contemporary Chinese Studies (SCCS) was established over five years ago and is dedicated to research and degree programmes about the study of China.
The practice, who has 130 staff spread across seven offices internationally, was appointed by the university following selection from a limited design competition.
The new low-carbon facility is located on the university’s 65-acre Jubilee campus. The campus itself is an example of brownfield regeneration, and won a RIBA Journal Sustainability Award in 2001.